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Zigamazoos are soft, round, cuddly kids' toys that will stick out their tongues and make sounds when squeezed. There are five different Zigamazoo characters, including the dog, the cat, the monkey, the raccoon, the mouse, and the ladybug. Each has a unique design, and fur with a unique combination of colors. All have big, friendly eyes and a happy smile. The toys are just big enough to cuddle with in bed, but they're also small enough to be carried around in a backpack or suitcase. You can get them to make different sounds at different times, depending on whether you squeeze their middles slowly or quickly.
If you get one or more Zigamazoos, you can have tons of fun with your friends and family members. When you want to sneak up on a family member or friend and scare them, you can simply squeeze your Zigamazoo near their ear. Once they find out it's a stuffed toy, you'll likely get at least a chuckle out of them. If your friends also have Zigamazoos, you can use them when you're video chatting via your smartphones or computers, and have them "chat" to each other, too. They're safe to take outdoors, so besides playing with them inside, you can bring them to the beach, park or even the backyard for added entertainment.
The cost of Zigamazoo is $14.95 plus $4.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Zigamazoo by paying the extra shipping fee of $4.95 for a total price of $24.85. This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page which was taken offline due to Zigamazoo being discontinued. Zigamazoo may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.
Among the six different Zigamazoo characters, both boys and girls will find ones that appeal to them. The cat and raccoon come in shades of pink and purple, colors that young girls often like. A young boy, on the other hand, may prefer a brown and yellow dog or a brown monkey.
The outside of each Zigamazoo is soft, making these toys ideal for cuddles in bed and elsewhere. Plus, this softness means that their outsides have no sharp parts that could potentially hurt children.
Kids with Zigamazoos will find that if they vary the pace at which they squeeze these toys, different sounds will come out of them. That means a child will be less likely to get bored with a Zigamazoo than by a toy that only makes one sound.
Playing with Zigamazoos will encourage children to be creative, as the toys can be made to talk to each other. Furthermore, they come without names, which means that each child who gets one will have to make up a name for their new friend.
Being able to bring a stuffed animal to a variety of places often makes a child feel more secure. Fortunately, the Zigamazoos are small enough to be taken on vacation, in the car, on a bike ride, or even to school ( if the school allows them ) without difficulty.
Whether you're chatting with friends online, or are hanging out with them in person, a Zigamazoo or two will make a great addition to a pair or group. You can use them to play pretend, or just squeeze their bellies until everyone's rolling around, hooting with laughter.
If you've got a parent with a good sense of humor, you may wish to sneak up on them with a Zigamazoo while they're doing housework or eating their breakfast. They're also great to use to wake up a friend who's still kind of drowsy in the morning at school.
The Zigamazoos' little tongues will tickle your nose, your belly and even your toes when you're in need of a laugh, or you can tickle a friend or sibling when they need cheering up.
If you know a ton of people with Zigamazoos, or have a bunch of them yourself, getting a bunch of pals together for a Zigamazoo party could lead to hours of fun. You could even plan a Zigamazoo sleepover, whether you spend it in bed or in a tent in the backyard.
While parents may appreciate being scared by a Zigamazoo once in a while, if they're constantly making noise while a favorite television program is on, this could get annoying. The toys may also be irritating to listen to when one is trying to read a book. Plus, they could irritate a classroom teacher if they are squeezed too frequently at school.
It's fine to play with Zigamazoos outside, but don't play too roughly with them by kicking or tossing them aggressively. If you do this often enough, they may lose their attractive appearance and noise-making capabilities.
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